In many cases, during these months, we have transformed our houses into homes. We have been forced to rethink the spaces we have, and the way we use them.
During lockdown, although our homes met our basic need for safety and security, we also had to adapt spaces to suit the new situation. Exercising, cooking or relaxing in these spaces has changed the meaning that they used to hold for us. Now is the time to consider what we want post-Covid urban life and architecture to look like. In this new scenario, ceramic will play a key role.